What mother wouldn’t want a picture of her children for Mother’ s Day? One of the best parts of my job is providing a service to that allows my clients to give the gift of photographs. I received a photograph of Porter for Mother’s Day and even though I actually took his picture (along with fifty other students at Pine Valley Elementary) I was excited to see the finished product. Seeing his face with excitement as I tore open the package as if I have never seen the photograph before was priceless. He was so proud and what mother wouldn’t be moved at such a memorable gift. I still look at his picture as if I never have seen it before.
Nicole is a good friend of mine in Pine Valley and she asked me if I could help her out by photographing her and her siblings for a much needed updated image that she wanted to give to her mother. We met right before sunset and I was in for a treat. I can’t imagine what it would be like to hang around these girls after a few cocktails. It would be non stop giggles and “other” things that would be inappropriate for me to post on this blog. (They know what I am talking about.) I had no choice in adjusting my shutter speed to accommodate the shaking hands from the nonstop laughing. These girls were out of control!